#FanartFriday: Inej Ghafa and Tedros of Camelot

I've got a few to share today! I've completed two characters so far for the #SixFanarts challenge that's been going around: Inej Ghafa (from 'Six of Crows' by Leigh Bardugo) Inej is just such an amazing character, inspiring and a role model for me! She's the Dregs member I aspire to be, though in reality … Continue reading #FanartFriday: Inej Ghafa and Tedros of Camelot

Review: ‘One True King’ (‘The School for Good and Evil’, #6) by Soman Chainani

In her years at school, Good and Evil played by the rules.But in the Camelot years? Play by the rules and you die. Rating: Glow-level 5/5 paper planes Genre: YA/Middle-grade adventure-fantasy Synopsis: Beyond Good and Evil. Beyond Ever Afters. The fairy tale of Sophie and Agatha comes to a dramatic conclusion in this sixth and … Continue reading Review: ‘One True King’ (‘The School for Good and Evil’, #6) by Soman Chainani

Top Ten Tuesday: 10 Reasons Why I Love ‘Railhead’

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Buckle up your space train seatbelts folks, because today I'm going to talk about why I love the 'Railhead' books by Philip Reeve! Genre: Sci-fi The Great Network: the place of the thousand gates, where sentient trains cross the galaxy in a heartbeat. Zen Starling is merely a petty thief, but when a mysterious stranger sends … Continue reading Top Ten Tuesday: 10 Reasons Why I Love ‘Railhead’

‘Heartstopper’ by Alice Oseman: A love letter to a love story

This is a little different to my normal book reviews. First of all, it's a Medium article, and I've gone into a lot more detail on the personal impact this comic has had on me and others in the LGBTQIA+ and neurodiverse community! I did a survey and received so many incredible responses, thank you … Continue reading ‘Heartstopper’ by Alice Oseman: A love letter to a love story

Review: ‘The Knife of Never Letting Go’ (‘Chaos Walking’, #1) by Patrick Ness

Early one morning just as the sun was rising,I heard a maiden call from the valley below.“Oh don’t deceive me, oh never leave me."I open my eyes.Don’t deceive me.Never leave me.I have to find her. Rating: 5/5 glowing paper planes Genre: YA dystopian sci-fi Synopsis: Todd Hewitt is the only boy in a town of … Continue reading Review: ‘The Knife of Never Letting Go’ (‘Chaos Walking’, #1) by Patrick Ness

Top 5 Saturday: Books to Read while Stuck Inside/Quarantined

Upcoming Topics 4/11/20 — Books with a Color in the Title 4/18/20 — Sibling Relationships 4/25/20 — Books Under 300 Pages Without further ado... 1. The 'Heartstopper' graphic novels by Alice Oseman Charlie, a highly-strung over-thinker, and Nick, a cheerful, soft-hearted rugby player, meet at a British all-boys grammar school. Friendship blooms quickly, but could … Continue reading Top 5 Saturday: Books to Read while Stuck Inside/Quarantined

#WIPWednesday: ‘The School for Good and Evil’ Fanart

Happy WIP (Work In Progress) Wednesday everyone! Hope the week's been good so far...if not, at least we've got a few more days for things to turn around. This week's fanart WIP is a piece based around Sophie and Agatha, characters from Soman Chainani's 'The School for Good and Evil' series! It's still a pretty … Continue reading #WIPWednesday: ‘The School for Good and Evil’ Fanart

Review: ‘Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets’ (‘Harry Potter’, #2) by J.K. Rowling (illust. Jim Kay)

"...even underage wizards are allowed to use magic if it's a real emergency, section nineteen or something of the Restriction of Thingy..." Rating: 4/5 paper planes Genre: Contemporary fantasy (children/YA) Synopsis: All Harry Potter wanted that dreadful summer was to get back to Hogwarts School for Witchcraft and Wizardry. Despite being warned against it by … Continue reading Review: ‘Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets’ (‘Harry Potter’, #2) by J.K. Rowling (illust. Jim Kay)

Review: ‘The Graveyard Book’, Volume Two by Neil Gaiman, adapted by P. Craig Russell

Sleep, my little babby-ohSleep until you waken -When you wake you'll see the worldIf I'm not mistaken... Rating: 5/5 paper planes Genre: Paranormal fantasy (graphic novel) Synopsis: Bod is an unusual boy who inhabits an unusual place - he's the only living resident of a graveyard. Raised from infancy by the cemetery denizens, Bod has … Continue reading Review: ‘The Graveyard Book’, Volume Two by Neil Gaiman, adapted by P. Craig Russell

Thursday Tunes 🎶: The School for Good and Evil

This week: The School for Good and Evil This playlist is inspired by 'The School for Good and Evil' by Soman Chainani, the first instalment in one of my favourite fantasy series! I began making this playlist almost three years ago, and I keep adding to it as and when I find new songs that … Continue reading Thursday Tunes 🎶: The School for Good and Evil